In My Mailbox #8

July 10, 2011 Books, Shopping 8

* In My Mailbox is a weekly meme hosted by The Story Siren*

Well, I was originally planning on doing a vlog of this week’s IMM because it covers my book hauls for the past couple weeks and it’s a good one, but I really don’t like myself on camera and there just wasn’t enough time to do and redo everything so I’m just going to do the usual pictures.

Maybe I’ll work up the courage to do the vlog some other time haha, although it’s not like it’s my first time, but anyways…

Love the books I got recently and I can’t wait to read them!


Delirium by Lauren Oliver
Shift by Jeri Smith-Ready
Shade by Jeri Smith-Ready
Abandon by Meg Cabot



A Need So Beautiful by Suzanne Young
Starcrossed by Josephine Angelini
Unearthly by Cynthia Hand
Hourglass by Myra McEntire





Twenty Boy Summer by Sarah Ockler
But I Love Him by Amanda Grace



For Review:
Half-Blood by Jennifer Armentrout
(Thank you so much to Spencer Hill Press)

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8 Responses to “In My Mailbox #8”

  1. Vy (Vy's Blog)

    Really awesome books this week! Really jealous of your book pile…. like really jealous 😀 Hope you'll get a chance to enjoy all of your books.

  2. prophecygirl

    Dude you got so many amazing books. I can't wait to see what you think if A Need So Beautiful! The Summer series is brilliant and I really enjoyed Unearthly and Twenty Boy Summer.

    Happy reading!

    – Jen 🙂

  3. Elizabeth-Flourish in Progress

    WOW, you are quite the reader. Glad to know there's something I can drop a line to if I need suggestions for new reading material. =)

    Nothing in my mailbox this week. Actually, I have no idea where the mailbox is. Harv brought me to some remote mountain house, clearly as a way of protecting himself so I don't embarrass him in public) and I was surprised we had running water.

  4. MorganReads

    gah, the summer series were pretty much the best books ever. if you liked those, then read "The Lonely Hearts Club" by Elizabeth Eulberg its life changing 🙂
    i love ur site !! 

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